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Trip Report Northern California Gardens.

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I’ve just posted the last of this summer’s garden blogs, the most interesting for visiting purposes, Filoli in Woodside, south of San Francisco, and the Ruth Bancroft Garden in Walnut Creek, just east of the Bay Area.

http://www.travelgumbo.com/blog/portmoresby-s-travel-for-garden-lovers

The first 2 posts are some local to me in Nevada County, north of Sacramento in the foothills, on this year’s charity garden tour. For those who’ll be in Northern California next May, there’s a link to the organization, Soroptimists, for next year's tour.

Earlier posts, mid-list are more in California, then last, gardens “farther afield”.

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